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    November 13, 2012
    5:00 - 5:30pm EST  

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under no circumstance do we condone fighting with a passenger. >> the driver has been removed from service as the agency's police department investigates.
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she filed a police report at the end of the shift. mta has spoken with more and the young woman on tape. once they've spoken with her they can decide whether criminal charges will be filed. back in may we caught thowdzs running red lights and speeding. you'll find that story in the investigator's section of abc2news.com. joce sterman, abc2 news. this story has so many twists and turns. two of the country's top military leaders are at the center of a sex scandal. petraeus resigned after an affair with paula broadwell. >> karen travers reports. >> reporter: the scandal that started with david petraeus'
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affair has widened. jabble general -- postmaster general john allen is under investigation. 30,000 emails include both allen and kelley's name. another u.s. official said 95% are routine and harmless. allen denies wrong doing. >> the president thinks highly of general allen and the service to his country. >> reporter: as for allen's next move. >> at request of the secretary of defense, the president has put on hold the hearing. >> reporter: the president was surprised. asked whether the scandals with a distraction so soon after the
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election. >> wouldn't call it welcome. >> reporter: the fbi uncovered hundreds, if not thousands of emails between petraeus and his biographer, paula broadwell, many of them say layious in nature. general allen received an email traced back to broadwell. he told jill kelly about it which may have triggered the investigation. >> new details surrounding that affair comes to light, a look at the fbi's handling of the case. nancy pelosi was briefed by petraeus' replacement mike morrell many said they were surprised they weren't told but many experts said the fbi did the right thing. it's impacting the investigation
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into the attack in benghazi. petraeus was supposed to testify but no longer wants to, which has angered some folks in the senate. as for the debate, the fbi should have told mem where he -- members sooner. they are required to notify intelligence community. so why would swhown has everything, power, command, respect, throw that away for an extra marital afairmt marriage counselors said many times it's a matter of opportunity, seeking love from someone special in their lives. instead of looking at it at home, they turn to another. >> people forget and maybe don't want to work with the relationship that they were in, that they can get same feeling and more from their own partner. so they think -- petraeus probably made the mistake of realizing that there were gaps.
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there are feelings that were unmet and instead of going into the relationship, he felt that, well, we couldn't work on it, so he would go outside. there's a lot of temptation. >> so the petraeus sex scandal is our hot topic. what do you think should happen to those on petraeus' staff who knew about the affair and did nosmght head to abc2news.com/facebook and sound off. on the weather front we've had nice clearing after some ugly morning rain, the frontal boundary pushes out to sea. we're left with a few showers toward the beaches in the lower eastern shore. winds from the north and west, a chilly breeze that will continue to drop temperatures, already feeling like 33 in hagerstown with the wind chill, colder all across the board. brisk and colder. that is the deal for this
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evening. any time anywhere you can check. down load that. you can get the radar 24/7. >> a man make as bomb threat over skype. >> and it was made from his shed. brian kuebler is here with what he said. >> reporter: 24-year-old aaron david wyatt was arrested in his shed after a tip to limits aaron was skyping with another person when he threatened to detonate a bo. the person on the other line saw the bomb hang material in the skype shot and tipped off police. when authorities arrived, they found him in his shed on skype and arrested him without incident. turns out the bomb was fake and wyatt is charged with threatening with a fake device.
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>> it's not something that officers encounter every day where somebody is skyping, if you will, or using face time. this is a web world we live. you can almost project these are the type of situation that is may arise in the future. >> anne arundel county said even though the bomb was fake they had to take all of these threats seriously. wyatt remains in jail on a $35,000 bond. >> tonight route 32 has reopened after it was closed following a deadly crash. 68-year-old michael dumonceau died. a flatbed truck near 108 and clarksville slid into the northbound traffic when the driver slammed into the brakes. the driver of the truck, his name is robert noddy.
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he's not hurt and the investigation is continuing at this hour. >> howard county police need your help trying to find the two men who shot a manager at a columbia taco belt the manager, 42-year-old gary graham was shot outside of the taco bell on sunday. police say he had walked out to confront a suspicious person. graham saw two men wearing masks. one of them shot him. graham is in critical condition and police desperately need your help. take two of these and call me in the morning. >> we're talking about tylenol and what we used to give our kids for aches and pains. >> he went to new york to help get power back on, but one man ended up in a hospital bed. >> here. hold this sign. only an idiot would do what you did. we have pictures to show you right after this.
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johns hopkins received a big boo. the kim mel cancer center was awarded more than $200,000 in grant today. and it came from the foundation. it raised it by hosting head shaving events that we cover each year. >> we're doing work to help kids. to have you come to the event and show your support and participate and shave your heads and do all the things that you guys do, that's great. >> he started this organization years ago. four events were hosted with more than 280 heads shaved and over $200,000 raised. a top bishop in the cath exaght said they will not budge
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on birth control. dr. timothy dolan spoke and said the church will not comply with the obama administration' healthcare bill. the cardinal says bishops are open to talking to federal officials but will continue to challenge the mandate. churches are exempt from the birth control rule but the catholic hospitals and charities are not. i think all moms have done this at one time or another. your little one has a fever when they have aches and pains and you reach for the tylenol. new research shows it may cause unwanted side effects when give ton young children. >> reporter: asee that min fin is -- acetaminophen is one of the common medicines. giving acetaminophen to babies may heighten their risk of asthma symptoms.
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in a study of 422 danish children, researchers found the more acetaminophen given as infants, the more likely to develop asthma-like symptoms such as wheezing, breathlessness and coughing. the findings suggest the need for more research into how acetaminophen might promote asthma. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. >> you can get the latest health news anytime you want on abc2news.com/health. today you'll find information on a pepsi product that fights fat and does a $1 pregnancy test really work? check it out. start off with a look at maryland's most powerful radar, still some showers toward
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salisbury, worcester county. other than that we have dried out. those morning rains pretty impressive. the rainfall totals, you'll see over quarter inch of rain. wind dpufts up around 20. it will be blustery and brisk. here's some of the rain totals, a half an inch plus in towson, harford. two thirds in bowie. a fifth of an inch from the eastern shore. a little more west of the d.c. area. all right. take a look at the current setup. it's a clear sky as the sun goes down in baltimore. 46 degrees right now. winds are northwesterly at seven. it's a cold north breeze. sunset occurring at 4:53. weather in motion showing dunn duck, sunshine dominating after that morning rain and cloud cover. pretty nice looking finish but that breeze blowing, beautiful
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shot at ccbc and the u.s. naval academy. still looking choppy. you can see a northwesterly wind low. that brings in the colder air, still a little gusty. 33 in hagerstown. 38 in frag. 44on. you can make out the actual leading edge right over salisbury. behind this cold air will funnel in. that will be the story. you can see the cold air funneling in now. it's in the 30s, toward erie, pennsylvania. will wake up with a from the on the windshield, will rebound into the upper 40s to filibuster
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fist tomorrow. -- to 50s tomorrow. here's the trend. behind it not a lot. big weather maker. next chance sunday into monday. high pressure staying in control. so clear and colder tonight. frost by dawn tomorrow, into tomorrow. we'll go with 50 or so for your two-degree guarantee. that means most of the day in the 40s. bring that extra layer of fleece. tomorrow night down to 30, clear skies, below freezing ones neachght the next few days not a tremendous amount of change. mid-50s. possibly closer to 60 on the first half of the weekend. then a new system brings in some showers around here sunday into monday. then we'll see what happens as we go toward thanksgiving, that
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busiest travel day of the year. right now this looks clear but we'll keep an eye on that. >> thanks a lot. this next story is a talker. more than 200 likes on facebook a judge in ohio decided to get creative for a reckless driver. >> her name is shena hardin. she drove on the sidewalk so she wouldn't have to wait behind the school bus. so she holds a sign that reads "only an idiot would drive on a sidewalk to avoid a school bus." she has to stand out there with her sign tomorrow morning as well and had her license suspended for about 30 days. not happy about that. all right. coming up it's a process nine months in the making. today they broke ground. >> coming up next at 5, how
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habitat for humanity was able to get the houses. >> getting ready for one of the biggest shopping days of the year. what you need to know to get ready for black friday.
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now this is a party.
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mmm. i don't know, i think i might bail. yeah, it's pretty dead. [ male announcer ] one is never enough. new kfc dip'ems. freshly prepared tenders dipped in irresistible sauces. try a 3 piece combo for just $5. a huge sinkhole has opened up. engineers spent the day mesh shoring the sinkhole and -- measuring the sinkhole. there was one twice the side that did threaten homes. we have a water main break to show you. looks like charles street. a huge water main break. this led to a major mudslide. the break caused the river, the mud to flow down the streets.
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crews believe the break happened at a water storage facility right on top of the hill. the water stopped but there's concern some on the hill -- the hills may collapse. >> i think that's worse than the one here. ster -- stores keep moving black friday up earlier and earlier. we'll tell you what one retailer is planning to do. >> gift cards are great gifts if you can pinpoint what someone wants. we have tips to get most bang from your buck. >> a cancer diagnosis forces a man to say good-bye. how the survivor is helping others leave messages behind for their loved one. >> we'll be back with maryland's most accurate forecast. that's coming up straight ahead.
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getting you up to the minute, abc2 has obtained video of an mta driver attacking a student on a bus. the fight happened yesterday and the driver has been removed from service. >> a laurel man is charged with making a bomb threat from his shed. 24-year-old aaron david wyatt was talking with a friend over skype about setting off a bo. the other person saw it in the skype shot and called police. the bomb turned out to be a fake. >> different wyatt here. as you can see radar and showers, drying conditions will be over the overnight. 45 in kent island. you get idea cool numbers coming
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in. with wind gusts in the 30s and 40s. 40s, perhaps feeling look the 30s. a few clouds. dress warm. we'll talk about how things shape up for your morning commute. look ahead to the weekend. how will things develop coming up. >> paths turkey, pass the gravy and head straight to the door buster sale. >> no nap. >> by the time you get up to put that bird in the oven people will be out there bagging bargains. jeff hager has more on what's womenning -- becoming black thursday. >> for many shoppers, black friday has become a tradition. my sister and i and her mother-in-law come out to have breakfast. >> reporter: this year this could be a tradition bust are, the discounted televisions, jewelry and other items are big
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business. kmart is offering black friday not once but three times starting on thanksgiving day. >> running an event on thursday morning, thanksgiving day. we will close the store and reopen thursday at the evening at 8:00 and close and reopen at 5:00 on friday. >> reporter: while ringing in the christmas shopping season early will drown out thanksgiving for some, others are standing by their bird with all the trimmings. >> i think it's terrible. people need to be with their family. >> i'm going knob my house because -- to be in my house because it's cold outside. >> i'll stay home. >> reporter: there are some who will want to save that $10. they are betting after shoppers feast thursday morning, they'll
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want a second and third helping. >> we'll have lines. we'll be handing out tickets and we're looking forward to it. >> reporter: in baltimore county, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> others are luring shoppers in thursday night. many will follow up black friday with saturday sales. >> gift cards are a popular choice. whether giving or receiving one you want to get the most bang for your buck. be careful to read through all the terms. cards likely have fees. purchase fees can range anywhere from 2:00 to 7:00 bucks. inactivity fees can eat up $3 a month. general cards allow for more freedom. >> the flxibility it gives the person you give the difficulty card tore